19th Century French Louis Philippe Walnut BurlTwo-Part Sideboard Bookcase
This stunning flame walnut bookcase on sideboard dates back to circa 1870, it is a Louis Philippe two-part cabinet of French origin.
It comes from a private residence in Milan and it is in good age related condition. Restored a few years ago by the property, some cracks on the sides have been repaired, it has a lovely warm bee wax finish.
It is an elegant antique storage cabinet, whose structure is realized with oak and poplar, the jutting curved upper part is decorated with walnut burl and has a molded frames above two glazed doors, interior is lined with Varese paper and fitted with three shelves. Original working locks.
In the lower part, two drawers above a large storage area with one internal shelf. Rising on stepped bracket feet.
Height 249 cm / 101 cm height sideboard only.
Width 153 cm
Depth 64 cm.
height: 249 cm
width: 153 cm
depth: 64 cm
This antique Two-Door Carved Armoire was made in Italy, in Piedmont, from solid poplar, dating back to late 18th century and coming from a private villa of Milan. Features a thick stepped and curved crown molding and an elegant original solid wood floral carving on the two doors with original working lock but missing key. The interior reveals four hat stands in the upper part and three shelves, one replaced in 20th century. This is an example of typical Piedmontese antique armoires, Piedmont is the North Western Italian region, bordering with France, that's why Piedmontese style is quite similar to French furniture. Please browse the pictures below of each single details of this antique Italian wardrobe, in good condition, with a distressed finishing patina. Height: 223 cm / 87,80 inches. Width: 150 cm / 59,05 inches. Depth: 57 cm / 22,44 inches